Infosthetics.com checks out data visualization that illustrates the structure & content of the past US presidential debates.
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BrandInfection.com covers Tropicana’s new project visualizing the aggregate conversation on Twitter leading up to the Presidential election.
TheModerateVoice.com’s political technology editor Joe Windish notes CSPAN’s “Debate Hub” site is garnering praise from both political sides.
TechCrunch.com reviews the different services that aim to enhance the viewers’ experience during tonight’s highly anticipated Vice Presidential debate.
Boingboing.net gives a nod to CSPAN’s “Debate Hub”.
Liz Gannes lists different places to watch the vice-presidential debate on the web for Gigaom.com.
VentureBeat.com’s MG Siegler reports on the buzz and press Twitter has been receiving recently from CNN and CSPAN, which are both integrating Twitter into their news coverage.
John Stauffer reports on different candidates using the web to tab new audiences, foster conversation, and energize supporters leading up to the presidential debate for OgilvyPR.com.
Adam Ostrow compares CSPAN’s “Debate Hub” to Twitter’s “Politweets” on Mashable.com.
SocialTimes.com’s Nick O’Neill takes a look at the some of the different services companies have created in order to help track the political discussion taking place around the web in relation to the Presidential debates.